Sunday, April 19th, 2015

Played Like a Raven – Ed Reed This one was a bit of a toss up between Reed and Ray Rice, who seemed like practically the only two Ravens trying to win the game. However, I’m gonna give the nod to Reed, as he accounted for half of the Ravens’ “offensive” output on the day, [...]

Last night I, as I’m sure many of you did also, had the pleasure to watch Barry Levinson’s documentary, “The Band That Wouldn’t Die.” The 60-minute film, part of ESPN’s “30 for 30″ documentary series, was a wonderful depiction of Baltimore’s loss of the Colts, and subsequent years of futile efforts to get the NFL [...]

This is the recap that just wasn’t meant to be. I spent a half hour going through my disappointments in the offense, the defense, the playcalling, and the team in general, only to have it all wiped out when I hit the “back” button by accident on my browser. As a result, we’re going to [...]

The Ravens look to bounce back this week after their bitter loss to the Patriots, with the division co-leader (?!) Bengals coming to M&T Bank Stadium. Cincy came out of the gates this season appearing to be much less Bungle-riffic than last year (much to the surprise of anybody who watched them on HBO’s Hard [...]

Played Like a Raven – Terrell Suggs With the Ravens trailing 17-7, and having just punted the ball back to New England, giving Tom Brady a chance to really put the game away early in the 2nd half, T-Sizzle came through with the play of the day for B’More. Brady dropped back to pass, Suggs [...]

Remember last December when the NFL Network crew screwed up and put Derrick Mason’s headshot on Roy Williams of the Cowboys’ name? (here is our post showing it in case you forgot) Well, it seems that D-Mase was so caught up in all the hype surrounding the Favre vs. Packers matchup tonight, that he just [...]

The O’s deserve a small measure of applause (we’ll give them a “pinky clap”) for sucking it up and having some pride, winning their final 4 games to avoid losing 100 games in 2009. Also, Dave Tremley got re-upped for 2010. In other words, “we aren’t trying to win next year, either.” So there’s that [...]

The Ravens lost their first of the season in Foxboro, and the loss came down to five critical mistakes made by the purple and black. 1. Chris Carr’s opening kickoff fumble I’ll admit that, at this point, any good feelings I had regarding the signing of Carr this past offseason have flown the coop. He [...]

:shaking head: I’m sorry, I still have trouble getting over the fact that the Ravens enter their Week 4 matchup with the Patriots with the BETTER offense of the two teams. It’s going to take more than 3 games for us to collectively thaw our frozen offensive hearts here in B’More, but I promise if [...]